I was a little concerned about the rather 'up and down' nature of the reviews. Our experience was perfectly OK but not such that i would urge you not to miss it. There is a set menu (5 hors d'oeuvres) a meat /fish choice of main course and a dessert. The fact there are 5 hors d'oeuvres, freshly made just next to where we were sitting, means there should be something for everybody. All were fine, none legendary. The main course was duck confit or swordfish: my wife's duck was the star of the show, my swordfish having a slightly vinegary taste from the dressing of what it sat on ( and for me, possibly being slightly over-cooked). Dessert (poached pear) was nice enough. I think the reviews may be explained by different expectations: what you get is actually more like decent home-cooking than anything else. It is also rather cramped and tables are small, so not a place for an intimate evening. Fortunately for us, the American couple next to us proved to be entertaining dining companions. About 85 euros for the set menu + two glasses of Prosecco and a half-bottle of the fruity but and rustic southern Italian Cabernet Sauvignon, which is decent value for what you get.Check opening times: it appears to be open Wednesday to Saturday only.
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